Scot Gemmill has announced his Scotland U21s squad ahead of matches with Czech Republic and San Marino next month.

West Ham prospect Harrison Ashby has earned his promotion from the U19s to the U21s squad after his senior Hammers debut recently. Meanwhile, Billy Gilmour misses out again as the Chelsea star continues to recover from a knee injury.

West Ham United v Charlton Athletic - EFL Cup

Ashby has been called up for his West Ham form whilst Chelsea man Gilmour misses out. (Photo by Rob Newell – CameraSport via Getty Images)

Last time out, Scotland’s youth side beat Lithuania 1-0 away from home. A fantastic strike from Motherwell star Allan Campbell secured an impressive win for the young Scots in their European Championship qualifying campaign.

Here is Gemmill’s latest Scotland U21s squad in full.


Robby McCrorie (Livingston), Ross Doohan (Ross County), Kieran Wright (Partick Thistle)


Harrison Ashby (West Ham United), Daniel Harvie (MK Dons), Ross McCrorie (Aberdeen), Barry Maguire (Motherwell), Lewis Mayo (Rangers), Ryan Porteous (Hibernian), Tom McIntyre (Reading), Nathan Patterson (Rangers), George Johnston (Feyenoord), Patrick Reading (Ayr United)


Allan Campbell (Motherwell), Lewis Ferguson (Aberdeen), Stephen Kelly (Ross County), Glenn Middleton (Rangers), David Turnbull (Celtic), Conor McLennan (Aberdeen)


Fraser Hornby (Stade de Reims), James Scott (Hull City)

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